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The Association for Science Education

Promoting Excellence in Science Teaching and Learning

Teaching Personnel is delighted to be working with The Association for Science in Education (ASE) as their jobs partner.  If you are a teacher or learning support worker looking for temporary or permanent positions now or in the near future - we are here to help

You can search for live science vacancies on our website, or alternatively we would encourage you to register so that our consultants can actively promote you to schools in your chosen locations based on your work desires and preferences.

Teaching Personnel is the UK’s leading supplier of teachers and learning support staff to schools.  We work with over 5,000 primary, secondary and special schools each year and are ideally placed to ensure you are offered a choice and variety of job opportunities. 

As well as classroom roles, we are also able to offer science specialists with rewarding pupil intervention roles.  Teaching Personnel’s Progress Science programme is delivered by science teachers at secondary schools and is designed to help pupils reach their full academic potential in this vitally important subject area.  If you are interested helping us deliver Progress Science programmes, please contact your local branch today.

If you're a science teacher - have your considered registering on the Science Council's professional register?

The Science Council's professional registers recognise the range of knowledge, experience and professionalism that are sought after by employers and demanded by the public. You must be a member of the ASE to apply.  The benchmark of quality for every science education employer.  Register now!

 

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Science Teaching Resources

The links below are to resource sites that provide a range of teaching resources for science teachers.  We hope you find these useful. 


http://www.schoolscience.co.uk/home 
http://www.upd8.org.uk/ 
http://www.ase.org.uk/resources/science-leaders-hub/